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Old 01-11-2018, 06:12 PM   #1
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Unhappy electrical port on dash

Help please. 2000 Monaco LaPalma. The two power ports on the dash are not working. They both did work at one time. I want to find the fuze but where is it. Can someone help?
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I would check the ground on the back of the plug. I had one come off once and I searched endlessly for a fuse. Finally found it was the ground lug on the back. May not be your issue but check simple things first.

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Old 01-12-2018, 07:31 AM   #3
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Before digging into the dash, check your owner's manual for the location and diagram of the forward fuse bank. Your accessory ports are probably controlled by a single fuse, which is a common point of failure.

If your manual doesn't have a fuse diagram and there's none placarded, you could also google LaPalma fuse diagram. Look at the pictures in the results. Find a good one, then click "visit" to see the source page.
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According to the owner's manual for your coach (online via this link), page 6-7, the cigarette lighter fuse is #8 in the "Outside Motor Home Distribution Panel," a.k.a. the Front Distribution Panel (FDP). It is listed as a 15A fuse. Often the FDP is inside the forward-most compartment on the driver's side.

You also should find the fuse listed on a label inside the FDP cover.
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